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speeding up fps
Hi I'm running on a samsung q430-ju01. And the fps is roughly about 45-60 (at least that's what the reading says) and it's not terribly slow, possibly only about 20% slower than playing a non-emulated game in real time. Is there anything I can do to speed up the frame rate just a bit more?

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and what the heck is Samsung q430-ju01. like what specs it has
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(01-16-2011, 11:35 AM)anito9999 Wrote: and what the heck is Samsung q430-ju01. like what specs it has

a quick google found the specs Tongue2

Samsung Q430-JU01 Notebook
Windows 7 Home Premium
Intel Core i5-460M 1.6Ghz
4GB DDR3 Memory
Geforce 310M Graphics card (512mb Shared memory)
500GB Hard Drive.

anyway, in response to the OP, it's a Notebook, it isnt designed for gaming like the emulator. The only thing you can do to speed up your fps is try playing with the speedhack options.
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